Julliard graduate Linda Kozlowski made her off-Broadway debut in 1981′s How It All Began. In 1984, the blonde, coolly sensual Linda was cast as good-time Miss Forsythe in the revival Death of a Salesman, a role she repeated in the 1985 movie version. She became a full-fledged film star in the internationally popular Crocodile Dundee, in which she appeared with future husband Paul Hogan.
Years after Paul Hogan emerged looking impossible fresh with a smoother new visage and whiter teeth, his 54-year-old wife, Linda Kozlowski stepped out in January looking like a new person.
She attended the G’Day USA event in Hollywood. She got tongues wagging with a look that suggests the actress may have gone under the knife.
Sydney plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Zacharia tells Who magazine that Hogan’s wife appears to have received some dermal filler to achieve her plumped-up look, as well as a touch of botox.
Meanwhile, her husband Paul Hogan admits to having resorted to plastic surgery in the past. In 2003 he told Andrew Denton that he had undergone a procedure to give his face more expression for acting roles.
The couple has become famous for the Crocodile Dundee series, which are successful up to this day. She has left the acting business, because of dissatisfaction with the roles she was getting. She no longer felt the character she would portray fit her personality. Nowadays, she is more concerned with charity projects, involvement in all kinds of organizations and tending to her family.